Safety Tips for Internet Escorts via SWOP-MI

Safety Guidelines for Internet Escorts, via SWOP – Michigan

1. Require Basic Personal Information

These are basic description questions that you can use to identify a person that threatens, assaults, or robs you. This information is useful when reporting both to LE as well as to other escorts and blacklist internet boards.
First and Last Name:
Email Address:
Contact Number:
City/State of Residence:
Height / Weight:

2. Require Verification

There are a variety of ways to obtain Verification. Choose the combination of Verification techniques that makes YOU Feel Safe!

Provider Verification

Reference Name:
Reference Contact #:
Reference Email:
Reference Website:
Research the Provider(s) given as to be sure that they are real and that they exhibit safe verification habits as well. Visit their website, check for reviews.

Work Verification

Business Name:
Main Switchboard #:
Best time to reach client there:
Business Website:
Research the Business by name and be sure that the Main # matches up. If you do not reach the client via the main #, that is not verification that they work there. There are spoof companies that some guys pay to use as false work verification.
Self Employed
State of Michigan – Business Entity Search
Licensed Professional
State of Michigan – Verify a License/Registration

Verification Websites

These sites use a very discreet database system. Some charge a small fee to use, others use reference exchanges. Please check them out.

Preferred 411


RoomService 2000 (generally not used in New Orleans)

3. Have a Safety Contact

If you are meeting with a client for the first time, have a person you trust know who, where, and for how long you are meeting. Call when your appointment begins and ends. Do not be afraid or embarrassed to let your client know that you are making a safety call. Having a Buddy system with another provider works very well!

4. Travel with a Buddy

Traveling with a Buddy is safe and more fun! Also, get to know escorts in the areas you travel to. It never hurts to have a network of friends!

5. Know Your Surroundings

Be familiar with the area you work. Be prepared. Know where and how to get help.